Hamlet in His Modern Guises

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Index
Adelman, Janet, 7n
Aeschylus: Oresteia,93; Prometheus, 156–58
Alexander, Peter, 137n
Aristotle, 93, 164
Austen, Jane, 14n
Babb, Lawrence, 52–53n
Bacon, Francis, 44
Baily, Helen Phelps, 160
Balzac, Honré de: Illusions perdues,125n; Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes,125
Barber, C. L., 45n, 131
Bate, Jonathan, 173
Belleforest, François de, 4, 7–12, 17–18, 23–24, 30, 37, 57, 60, 160
Berkovitch, Sacvan, 142, 155–56
Blackball, Eric A., 72n, 91n
Blackstone, William, 99
Bloom, Harold, 3n, 64, 170
Born, Daniel, 129n
Bowers, Fredson, 38
Boyle, Nicholas, 73n, 76n, 91n
Braden, Gordon, 39, 62n, 64
Bradley, A. C., 28, 54, 74, 171n
Bradshaw, Grahm, 29–30, 32n, 62–63n
Brandes, Georg, 165
Bright, Timothy, Treatise of Melancholie,52
Brodhead, Richard H., 155n
Brooks, Peter, 160
Brooks-Davis, Douglas, 170n
Brower, Reuben, 46–47, 70n
Brown, Homer Obed, 86n
Bullough, Geoffrey, 4n
Burke, Edmund, 99
Caldwell, Margaret, 102n
Campbell, Lily Bess, 26, 35, 63
Carlyle, Thomas, 72, 81, 147
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 50
Chekhov, Anton, 159
Chiang, Xue-Qui, 84n
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 57, 81, 98n, 131, 143
Collins, Philip, 126n
Collins, William, Passions,113
Conklin, Paul S., 9n, 73n
Conradi, Peter, J., 170n, 171n
Creech, James, 145n
Culler, A. Dwight, 98n
Danson, Lawrence, 19–20n
Dante Alighieri, Inferno,142, 147, 150
Denmark, Anne of, 132
Dickens, Charles, 31n, 37n; All the Year Round,107, 113: Bleak House,141: David Copperfield,108, 119, 132, 141, 152, 155, 171; Great Expectations,14n, 102–3, 105– 39, 140–41, 152, 171; Little Dorrit,111; Mystery of Edwin Drood,125
Dimock, Wai-chee, 146n
Dipple, Elizabeth, 171n
Dodsworth, Martin, 47
Duncan, Ian, 86n, 96n
Edwards, Philip, 8n, 22–23n
Elizabeth I, 92
Ellman, Richard, 165, 167n
Elton, Oliver, 5n
Empson, William, 9n, 62n
Erlich, Avi, 51n
Everett, Barbara, 14n, 23n, 61–62n, 97n
Euripedes, Hecuba,49n
Fechter, Charles Albert, 107
Fergusson, Francis, 93–94, 97, 99, 133n, 136n
Ferris, Ina, 90n
Fielding, Henry, Tom Jones,79, 107
Filmer, Robert, Patriarcha,98
Flaubert, Gustave, 71n
Flaxman, John, 147

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